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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIQHT, FRI., 8AT. A. SAT.
Ladle Free Tonight Under Usual
Nlaht CO, 85 A 26o. Mat., 25 & 10c
WED. MAT. A NIQHT, OCT. 7.
Hi Henry's Minstrels
Mat., BO A 25c. Night, S1.00 to 236
THUR8DAV r7lQHT7oCT. 8
"Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary"
Bros. Fine shoos. 1107
WEEK Of SEPTEMBER 21
Operated In Conjunction With the
OLLIE YOUNQ AND BR0THER8
.Sensational Dlabolo Players
The Qlrl In the Golden Frame
rnmnm "Slnalna Portraits"
and CAROLINE COOKE
InThelr Farclal Playlet,
"AFTER THE BALL"
COQAN and BANCROFT
The Roller Comedians
Four Real Singers
Marvels of Grace and Strength
Mats., Tues., Thurs. and Sat., 2:15
1,00 Seats on Lower Floor and Bal
cony, 15c; 300 Reserved at 25c.
Eve., 8;15 Prices, 15c, 25c and 50o.
The opening hop of the season will
bo hold Friday 'ovonlng, October ninth
at Fraternity hall. It Is the Intention
of those who are giving the dance to
Inaugurate a new departure from os-
tabliBhed precedont, which has de
creed that the important hops shall
tako place during the winter or spring.
This dance is given under the auspices
of the high sc,hool alumni and it is
their intention that it will becomo an
annual fall affair Just as tho Pan-Hel-lanic
in the spring. A limited number
of tickets havd'been issued which may
bo had from the following porsons: R.
S. Mosley, L. R. Heggolund, W. G.
MunBon, Val White, F. O. Wheolock,
and Lynn Lloyd. No tickets will bo
sold at the door.
The election of ofneors of tho Persu
ing Rifles will take placo Thursday
ovonlng, Octobor 1, at 7:30 sharp in
Momorlal Hall, roo ml02. Evory mom
bor Is requested to bo present as busi
ness of importance 1b to be transacted.
StudentB registered in Held geology
fi or In geography 9, will please see
Instructors this weok.
Kuymond J. Pool, Instructor In bot
any, will go to Omaha next Saturdny
to work oti vegetation about Cuot Off
lake. He will also collect .material for
a monograph on the pyronomycates of
NEW BUILDING8 AT PRINCETON.
lunch counter, 123 So.
PROGRAM: M0N. TUES. & WED.
THE HOME OF NOVELTY
WEEK OF 8EPT. 28
In a Comedy Musical Act
Positively First Appearance of the
"QUEBEC TO NIAGARA"
"LEGEND OF NARCI88U8"
"HAPPIEST DAY OF HER LIFE"
A Child of the Forest
All makes rontod with Btand
$3 Per Month.
Bargains in Robullt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 116o-Bell 1181. 128 No. 11th
Grand Opera Concert
University Temple Theatre
October 10 and 2
Reserved Tickets 75c. $1.00 & $1.50
' Reserved at G. A, Crancers
Tho third year law students have
been called upon to hand In their
credit books for Inspection. This class
is reciting in room 303 instead of room
C. H. Frey, floriBt, 1133 O 8L
George Carter, ex-1909, Is not In
school this year due to sorlous eye
trouble. Last summer he printed a
plat book of the blue print type for
Nanco county and at present Is sur
veying and drafting in Idaho.
Green's barber shops, The Club
house and Cole-McKenna, 1132 O.
Tho last Journal of the American
Chemical Society contains two articles
representing researches in organic
chemistry by Dr. Avery ojid two of
his pupils, Fred W. Upson, and G. It.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
Dr. Dales spent the summer in the
laboratories of Cornell university
Large Sum Is Being 8pent For Im
At the present timo Princeton unl
verBlty is having an unpecented ma
terial growth and a largo number of
fine, new buildings are being construct
ed. In speaking of this the Princoton
"During tho paBt summor, work In
volving the expenditure of nearly two
million dollars has been in progress on
tho university campuB. Never, boforo
In the history of the college has such
an amount of work been carried on at
"Tho nearest building to completion,
the Physical Laboratory, will be
turned over to tho college by tho Ful
ler Construction company next weok.
The painting of the interior walls still
needs to be done anOho greater part
of the apparatus is yet to bo installed.
The building will bo ready for use by
"Work on the Biological Laboratory
haB progressed more slowly. Tho con
crete footings have taken a great deal
of tiirie, due to the greater slope of the
land. The building will probably be
completed by January, 1910.
"Tho work on "77 Dprmitory has
been going on very rapidly. Tho build
ing will be completed sometime in
March or April, but will not be occu
pied till fall.
"About $50,0.00 has been expended on
Improvements in the power house.
These consist of a concrete coal bin
which triples tho storage capacity, two
now engines, now pumps a three hun
dred kilo-watt generator.
"Tho Sophomore Commons has been
established in University Hall at a cost
Mattoson 8tates Position.
It ought not to bo nocoHsnry In a
clean and friendly political fight to
throw mud. Nevertheless, some ono
has found tho senior class campaign
tame and haB begun to hurl tho afore
said fragments of earthen mutter and
molHture. I havo heard rumors to tho
offect that Iho fraternity crowd is
backing me and Is already promised
all the Important ofllcoH. Somo one
tins even gone so far as to name the
people wild to be slated for appoint
ments. In the event that I win I will bo glud
to have suggestions as to the ability of
anyone desiring an appointment. Hut
until the proHldont, whoovor ho may
be, is elected, such suggestions are
Just a llttlo bit previous.
Lot it be distinctly understood that
1 am not connected with any clique or
organization. My supporters aro thoso
who desiro one of OUR classmen for
prosldent. And these supporters num
ber "barbB" and "frats," academics, on
glners, laws, and iriodics, all demand
ing a square doal and a fulr show for
everybody In order that the best in
terchts pf tho clnsB may bo served. No
office is pledged and none will bo. I
shall go into tho chair, if tho classes
willing, unfottored and ahlo to devote
myself to uniting tho clnBB and put
trig it on Its foot financial!.
Nothing protects you better these chilly mornings
than a Coat Sweater. We have all the new colors and
shapes that are correct.
FULK, 13:25 O
working on raro earths,
his investigations will
some time this fall.
The result of
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
There will be an engineers' smoker
Saturday evening, October 18, at the
Alpha Theta Chi house, 1412 R street
All engineers are invited.
Up until this week thoro has been
but one active candidate out for tho
office of president of tho freshman
class, Clarence E. Clark, of Lincoln.
Monday a boom was started for G. C.
Kiddee, of South Omaha. Mr. Klddee
is a graduate of the South Omaha high
school, class of 1907, and his friends
are backing him up for a very strong
race. Yesterday another candidate
entered upon the field. He Is Wayne
Carroll of Gottenberg. He Is a gradu
ate of tho Gottenberg high school,
class of 1908, and has had some exe
cutive experience in active literary so
Chapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Lost-Font's gold chain fob. Old
English W engraved on charm.' Re
turn to Dally Nebraskan for reward.
. "Teddy" Miller, J008, will arrive ,in
Lincoln tho latter part of tls week to
visit with friends in tho city and at
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
of $10,000 and the building formerly
adjoining the hall has been emoved.
"The plans for tho Freshman Dormi
tory, the gift of Mrs. Russel Sago, aro
now being drawn by Architect Frank
Miles Day, of Boston. r The building,
costing $250,000 will accommodate
over one hundred and twenty students
and will be placed eighty-eight feet
north and parallel to '77 Dormitory. It
Will probably be completed in the
spring of 1910.
"Tho preliminary plans for the. John
R. Thompson Graduate College are al
so being drawn. Tho architects aro
Cram, Goodhue & 'Ferguson, of Boston.
This building will be placed on the
grounds of Prospect, which will prob
ably necessitate the removal of the
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Reports from Kansas Indicate that
the registration this year will be much
heavier than last year. Tho enroll
ment has gone up to 2160, more than
200 above .the mark last year at this
time. The enrollment in the school of
engineering Is not up to expectations
at all. Nearly evory department Is
crowded for rooms and every available
space is used for class work nearly
every hour in tho day.
Thursday 1. Social meeting of Dra
matic Club. .
Pershing RIflles meet in Memorial
Saturday 3. Football, Peru vs. Ne
braska. Friday 9. Informal Dance at Fraterni
ty hall. ' " , "
Saturday 10. Football, Nebraska vs.
Madame Charlotte Maconda, the
llant young soprano who is to appear
at the Temple theater October 10-12,
has made an enviable reputation in the
musical world. She is the possessor
of a yoice of the richest quality and of
remarkable range. Gifted, also with
a charming personality and that inde
finable something called magnetism,
Madame Maconda, Who is purely an
American product, occupies today a
placo pro-eminent among the sopranos
of the day. She has a lyric voice
perfectly adapted to all requirements
and equal to all demands, and though
she sings the. principal coloratura
arias, her range and supurb- quality
onable her to achieve. the most bril
liant successes in such dramatic mu
sic as "Alda." Madame Maconda has
an enviable reputation as tho soloist
with the great orchestras and big east
ern festivals, having been the bright
particular star with the New Yprk
Symphony under Walter Damrosch,
the Boston Symphony, the Philadel
phia, tho Thomas and others; having
appeared and received pocltive 'ova
tions with the Worchostor, the Cincin
nati, and the Maine festivals.
University students are invited. to
a students' reception at Holy Trinity
church, Twelfth and J streets, Friday
I evening" at eight o'clock,
i . I I
I close meeter that
I will try neither tie,
I thumb nor temper
I , ' 15c, 2 for 25c,
I Cluett, r-eAbody & Co., Troy, Mew York
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